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Rural internet users will definitely benefit by switching to HughesNet high speed satellite internet service. Satellite internet is over 100 times quicker than dial up, and more than 10 times faster than DSL internet. Satellite internet also does not slow down during peak times, and is always on due to a constant connection with an orbiting satellite dish.
With HughesNet, your internet is connected to a satellite dish miles above the equator, and transmits signals in fractions of a second. Unlike DSL, is is available almost everywhere, and isn't limited by having an old phone line wired in your home. HughesNet satellite internet is the best option for rural internet users, offering quick speeds, nationwide coverage, and dependable service.
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